No More Overflows
By Scottie Dayton
Municipal Sewer & Water (August 2010 Cover Story)
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Roots, inflow and infiltration (I&I) and calcium deposits had caused major backups for the El Toro Water District in Lake Forest, Calif.
The district, eight miles from the Pacific Ocean and surrounded by San Diego Creek to the north and Aliso Creek to the south, straddles the dividing line between the State Water Resources Control Board Regions 8 and 9. Sanitary sewer overflows (SSOs) into these waterways arrive on Orange County Read More